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... kicked out by the restaurant owners because it was getting too late. Most of us then went back to the hostel to get a good night sleep, but Claire, Remco and I decided to take advantage of our last night in Canada and headed to yet another night club in Montreal’s gay district. It was quite an experience to be surrounded by drag queens and people with all possible sexual orientations, but the three of us had great fun! We greatly enjoyed this change of scene and ...
... and finished off with their two most famous songs. This made for a great atmosphere and we had a decent spot from which to watch.
After the concert wrapped up it was the start of the first game of the season, Toronto Vs. Montreal! Clash of the big cities! The game was shown on the big screens and the locals were loving it. Despite our best efforts to indoctrinate ourselves into the Canadian way of life, we watched for about 20 minutes ...
In comparison to Quebec City, Montreal is a much bigger city and although predominantly French speaking, many more people speak English.
The highlight of our time in Montreal was taking a guided bike tour rather than a bus tour. We were lucky enough to be the only two people on the tour so we ended up with the tour guide all to ourselves which was a real treat. The tour took us around Le Vieux Port (the old port) which had some lovely views over the St Lawrence River. ...
... required for smaller pleasure craft and the bridges probably haven't opened for many years.
The parks along the way were all lovely and well maintained with lush grass and garden beds. Riding along the river we stopped for lunch at a small kiosk near the rapids. The rapids were a hive of activity with the locals all out with their kayak or surfboards. We witnessed a fascinating spectacle of stationary surfing in the rapids. As the water comes down the river, small ...
... way means you don't have to shovel your driveway. However you must shake off the snow from the roof, to ensure that their is not so much weight on the TEMPO.
In the evening my friend from the Netherlands who did not want to come out, I guess fearing the cold or snow. Came out to help shovel. She was surprised that it was not cold, that in fact she was very hot from the exercise. She said clearing the snow is therapeutic.
Though the snow ...
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